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Potential entrepreneurs require guidance on how to generate business ideas. They are also expected to identify, assess and utilize business opportunities to their advantage. It is against this background that this course is taught to guide potential entrepreneurs to generate business ideas and exploit available business opportunities. It will also guide them in appreciating the successes of established entrepreneurs’ nationally and internationally successful management PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT by Anthony. A. KIFORDU is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike…
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Course Code: AEB 122: Vertebrate Zoology
(3 UNITS).

Identification, phylogeny, biology and economic importance of: Cephalochordata, Hemichordata, Urochordata, Agnatha, Pisces, Amphibia, Reptilia, Aves and Mammalia of Nigeria. Students are expected to dissect the fish.


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INTRODUCTION TO ORGANIC CHMISTRY
Shapes of organic molecules: Lewis structure, Valence shell electron pair repulsion (VSEPR) theory and Hybridization
Identification of organic compounds: General procedure for isolation and purification of organic compounds, Elemental (Qualitative) analysis. Quantitative analysis. DZ
Stereochemistry, Chemistry of hydrocarbons (alkanes, alkenes and alkynes, alkyl halides and Grignard reagents, aromatic compounds).
Introduction to petroleum coal tar chemistry: Origin. Importance. Fractional distillation of crude oil. Octane rating, Cracking and reforming.
Alcohols and phenols: (syntheses, application and test).


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COURSE CODE CHM 222: BASIC ORGANIC CHEMISTRY (3 UNITS)
Properties of organic molecules. Lewis structures, canonical structures and formal charges. Acid- base reactions Stereochemistry. Alkyl halides: Properties, synthesis and reactions. Substitution (SN1, SN2) and elimination (E1, E2) reactions. Alcohols and phenols; Chemistry and reactions of aromatic compounds. Chemistry of carbonyl compounds, carboxylic acid and derivatives; Amines, Sugars and Carbohydrates, Lipids, Amino Acids, Peptides and Proteins.


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Data Structures and Algorithms are fundamental to programming and to understanding computation. The aim of this module is to provide students with a coherent introduction to techniques for using data structures and some basic algorithms. Introduction to Data Structures and Algorithms (algorithms and flowcharts); Data structures: arrays, lists, queues, stacks, and sets; Trees: binary trees; Recursion - Traversing binary trees; Dictionary based data structures: binary search trees, hash tables, maps; Analysis of running time of algorithms; Algorithms for…
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Course Content
Introduction to DBMS (SQL, MySQl, Oracle) Transaction management, concurrency control, Object Oriented Databases, client/server systems, data warehouse, databases in electronic commerce, web database development and database administration. Single table database Relational Database System of related tables Minimum redundancy, Referential integrity, Database keys, The ACID model (guarantee of successful transactions): –Atomicity („all or nothing” rule), Consistency Enforcing referential integrity, Indexing field values, Principles for building a database, Queries, SQL – Structured Query Language. Logical operators, Normalization, and…
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Statistical data: types, sources and methods of collection. Presentation of data: tables, charts and graphs. Frequency and cumulative distributions. Measures of location, partitions, dispersion, skewness and kurtosis. Concepts and principles of probability.Random Variables. Probability distributions: Binomial, Poisson.Regression and correlation: least squares estimation of simple linear regression, interpretation of regression coefficient; use of regression. The product-moment and rank correlation, their interpretations and uses.


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The course provides the various conceptions used in foreign
policy analysis; transactional flows, the interplay of domestic and external factors,
ideological and national interest considerations, and techniques of foreign policy,
application of these concepts to the examination of foreign policies of major powers;
United States, United Kingdom, Russia, France, China and the emerging powers
such as India, Japan, Pakistan, Iran and Israel; as well as African States.


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The course examines selected classical, medieval,
renaissance and age of enlightenment political thinkers such as Plato, Aristotle, St
Augustine of Hippo, St Thomas Aquinas, Marsilo of Padua, Nicollo Machiavelli, etc.
with special emphasis on the germination and impacts of their ideas.


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This course would focus on socialisation; social learning, internationalization, and conscience
formation, values and attitudes; prejudice and discrimination; stereotypes; development and
change of attitudes; social movements.


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This course provides a survey of the main branches of Philosophy, Symbolic Logic Special
symbols in symbolic Logic-conjunction, negation, affirmation, disjunction, equivalent and
conditional statements law of tort, methods of deduction using rules of inference and biconditionals
qualification theory, types of discourse, nature of arguments, validity and
soundness, techniques for evaluating arguments, distinction between inductive and deductive
inferences. Illustrations will be taken from familiar texts, Including literature materials,
Novels, Law reports and newspaper publications.


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This course provides a survey of the main branches of Philosophy, Symbolic Logic Special
symbols in symbolic Logic-conjunction, negation, affirmation, disjunction, equivalent and
conditional statements law of tort, methods of deduction using rules of inference and biconditionals
qualification theory, types of discourse, nature of arguments, validity and
soundness, techniques for evaluating arguments, distinction between inductive and deductive
inferences. Illustrations will be taken from familiar texts, Including literature materials,
Novels, Law reports and newspaper publications


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This course introduces students to the key issues in the study of new media and digital
communications. The key concepts that have shaped new media’s brief history,
differentiating new media from older media forms, are discussed. Students are led to
understand the cultural, political, economic and technical contexts from which new media
and digital communications have emerged.


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This course deals with the English word structure which includes the nature and types of
morphemes; affixation (derivational and inflectional); as well as phonological and syntactic
influences on affixation.


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Brief Course Description
This course reveals the crucial theoretical and practical tools needed to understand the contemporary
international system. Precisely, the objective of the course is to acquaint students with the historical
survey of the evolution of the international system and the establishment of the modern state system.
It features the early organized groups, inter-state relations and the issues which necessitated the
emergence of the modern state and the Westphalia Treaty. It also focuses on the nature requirements
and instruments…
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Calculus – Elementary differentiation, relevant theorems. Differential equations – Exact
Equations. Methods for second order equations. Partial differential equation. Simple cases –
Applications. Numerical Analysis – linear equations, non-linear equations. Finite difference
operators: Introduction to linear programming.


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Complex analysis – Element of complex algebra, trigonometry, exponential and logarithmic
functions. Real number, sequences and series. Vectors – Elements, differentiation and
integration. Elements of linear algebra. Pre-requisite MTH 111.


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Definition, Domestic, Commercial and Industrial energy consumption and management. Green
computing, solar lamp, energy saving lamp, and power usage effectiveness. Building performance,
energy-efficient landscaping, window insulation film and phase out of incandescent bulbs.
Renewable energy for sustainable development with emphasis and practical demonstration on
Solar, Wind and Hydro-Electric power generation as it relates to our environment. Waste
management, Waste to wealth: Challenges and Prospect. Waste disposal, collection, removal and
recycling. Experimental production of biogas within the University community.


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Use of drawing instruments, lettering, dimensioning, layout of engineering drawing.
Engineering graphics – Geometrical construction of shapes, conic sections – ellipse,
parabola and hyperbola. Development and intersection of curve and solids. Projection of
lines, planes and solids. Orthographic and isometric projections with simple examples,
thread fasteners. Pictorial/Freehand Sketching, conventional practices. Introduction to
Computer graphics. AutoCAD: Getting started with AutoCAD, intermediate AutoCAD,
introduction to 3d drafting, Advanced AutoCAD. Application of AutoCAD in Engineering
Drawing, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical and other Engineering Designs.


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Description: The course is designed to give the students an in-depth understanding
of some areas in General Chemistry such as thermochemistry, electrochemistry etc.

Thermo Chemistry, electro-chemistry, kinetic theory, gas laws, transition in metals,
introduction to organic and in-organic chemistry.


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The course surveys the origins, development of Western civilization and the elements of inter-state relations. It emphasizes their historic cultures, the city-state system, the development of Greek democracy and influence, imperial Rome, the medieval period through the renaissance to the scientific revolution and the French revolution in the18th century.


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This course introduces the students to the meanings of history, the history of historical writings, and the use of history, and the relationship of history with other disciplines and African historiography. It also exposes them to the problems of writing history, limitations of writing African history, sources of history.


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Brief Course Description
This course covers strategic thinking from Carl Von Clausewitz to the 21st century. Emphasis will be laid on the relationship between warfare and the use of force in state relations. It focuses on the core questions that centre on war and strategy that project the field and offers an in-depth analysis of some of the foremost frameworks through which researchers address those questions. Specific content includes the causes of war, the nature of war and…
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Brief Course Description
The course introduces students to the fundamentals of bargaining and conflict resolution in the international system. It seeks equip students with the understanding of the nature and dynamics of human conflict, and to look at appropriate alternatives for dealing with conflict in ways which develop healthy relationships and prevent violence. Conflicts are analyzed from an interdisciplinary perspective together withtopics such as violence, power, gender, peace, communication, culture, war, conflict transformation and dispute resolution.


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Brief Description of the Course
This course aims at providing History and International Studies students with the necessary theoretical and practical tools for understanding the concept of diplomacy. It will introduce students to the concept and historical developments of diplomacy. It also makes some conceptual clarifications on the nature of diplomacy and the importance of negotiations. It also introduces students to the forms of diplomacy such as multilateral, summit, security/coercive, preventive, economic, and environmental diplomacy. The course will…
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Brief Course Description
This course aims at providing History and International Studies students with the necessary theoretical and practical tools for understanding the concept of diplomacy. This course introduces students to the basic concept in international relations such as national interests, sovereignty, power, balance of power,
foreign policy etc. It also exposes students to the subfields of international relations: international security, international political economy, international relations theory, international organizations and international law.


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History and Development of courts in Nigeria, Role of judiciary in Nigeria, Human Rights. Judicial Method of seeking Redress in court, Judicial personnel Types of courts in Nigeria, Independence Of the Judiciary ,legal Aid council ,judicial institutions ,appointment and tenure of judges .


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These refer to those inalienable rights enjoy by a human being, protected by local national and international Charter such as the Universal Declaration of Human Right, the African Charter on human and people, Rights (Ratification and Enforcement Act CAP 10 LFN 2004) and Chapter IV of the Nigerian Constitution


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This course discusses the primary sources of law i.e. statutory materials and judicial materials, the secondary sources of law i.e. books, pamphlets, letters, speeches, interviews, periodicals and newspapers, foreign materials. It also introduces students to the use of source materials i.e. the law library and legal research, indexing and identification of library materials, how to brief a case, judicial precedents and obiter dictum in Nigerian case law legislation. Students are also exposed to legal writing methods and approaches in essay…
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This course is designed to expose students to legal methods and the workings of law in the society. It will examine such issues as the meaning of law, aspects and classification of law, functions of law, social order and law, methods of social control through law, comparative adjudicatory methods and customary methods of adjudication, the nature of orthodox legal process, legal language, legal reasoning, logic and justification.


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AEB 211: Introductory Genetics and Cell Physiology: (3 Units)
Cell structure and functions, Chromosome organization, Mendelian Genetics, Linkage and recombination, Sex-linked inheritance, Phylogenic inheritance, DNA, RNA, Protein synthesis, Bioenergetics, membrane biology.


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AEB 214: Invertebrate Animals and their Environments (3 credits)
The systematic inter-relationships and basic organization of the invertebrates, Identification, Phylogeny, biology and economic importance of major phyla, adaptations.


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DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
EDO UNIVERSITY, IYAMHO
EDO STATE, NIGERIA


PROGRAMME TITLE: B.Sc. (HONS) POLITICAL SCIENCE


COURSE LECTURER: DR. RAJI OLAROTIMI


CREDIT LOAD: 2 UNITS


COURSE HOURS: 2 HOURS


COURSE CODE: SOC 111


COURSE TITLE: INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY


An introductory analysis and description of basic social structure and dynamics of human
society; field of sociology; sociology and other social sciences; methods and techniques: basic
concepts and principles of sociology. This…
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Introduction. Historical background. Innate and acquired immunity. Antigens, antibodies, cellular immunity. Immunological tolerance and suppression. Surgical grafting. Complement System. Hypersensitivity. Immunological anomalies. Diagnostic immunology, Vaccines, effector systems of parasite killing and nature of resistance in plants


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Fungi morphology. Ecology. Classification and characterization of different fungi phyla. Fungi taxonomy. Epidemiology of fungi and public health related. Economic importance of fungi. Significant fungi in industries and environment. Laboratory study of fungi.


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Pinciples of microbial biodeterioration of materials, materials subject to microbial deterioration: foods, jet fuels, paper, paints, textile, leather, metal e.t.c, factors favouring deterioration of materials, major microbial groups involved in deterioration,impact of processing and new technologies on biodeterioration and biodeterioration control


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CHM 111: Introductory Chemistry I (3 unit)
Atomic theory and Nature of atoms. Introduction to the periodic table. Electronic configuration. Stoichiometry: formulae and Equations, Volumetric analysis, redox precipitation and complexation reactions. States of matter. Gas laws. Electrochemistry and Redox reactions. Chemical Kinetics, order of reaction and rate laws. Chemical equilibrium.Nuclear Chemistry and Radioactivity.


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A review of Gibbs Function. Chemical thermodynamics. Introduction to statistical thermodynamics. Ideal solutions. Non-Ideal solutions. Properties of electrolytes. Colligative Properties.


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Review of compilers assemblers and interpreters, structure and functional aspects of a typical compiler, syntax semantics and pragmatics, functional relationship between lexical analysis, syntax analysis and code generation. Grammars and languages, recognizers, Top-down and bottom-up language Run-time storage Organization, The use of display in run-time storage Organization. The use of display in run time storage allocation. LR grammars and analyzers. Construction of LR table. Organization of symbol tablets. Allocation of storage to run-time variables. Code generation. Optimization/Translator with…
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Classification, adaptation morphology, Anatomy, Life cycle and other features of interest in the protozoans, Platyhelminthes, nematodes and parasitic arthropods; drawing particular attention to the various adaptations to the drawing of life exhibited by selected members of the group.


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Microscopy, Culturing of microorganisms; Types and preparation of media for microbial growth.Pure culture techniques and sterilization. Isolation of pure culture, sub-culturing procedures (streaking, pour plate etc.). Dyes and Staining techniques for differentiation of microorganisms. Techniques for enumeration of microorganisms (direct and indirect procedures). Identification of microorganisms to include colonial and cellular morphology and biochemical procedures. Maintenance and preservation of cultures


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Vector space over real field. Subspaces, Linear independence, basis and dimension. Linear transformations and their representation by matrices-range, null space, rank. Singular and non-singular transformation and matrices. Algebra of matrices.


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Basics of C++ Language. C++ syntax and data objects, operators. Program control flow constructs. Tools for developing, compiling, interpreting and debugging. C++ programs, objects and classes programming, Arrays, methods Basic OOP concepts: classes, object, inheritance, polymorphism, Data Abstraction, Laboratory exercises in C++ Language


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History of computers and generations of computers; Classification /types of computers; Characteristics of computers. Functional components of computers. Introduction to software, categories of software, systems software/operating system, various application software. Computer application in commercial and scientific environments. Input/output peripheral devices, their advantages and disadvantages. Number bases and their conversions, arithmetic operations in binary. Introduction to programming and problem solving using Qbasic Expression and control statements


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Computer circuits; diode arrays, PIAs etc, Integrated circuits fabrication process. Use of MSI, LSI and VLSI IC’ hardware Design. Primary and Secondary memories; core memory, etc. Magnetic devices; disks, tapes, video disks etc. Peripheral devices; printers, CRT’s, keyboards, character recognition. Operational amplifiers; Analog-to- digital and Digital-to-analog converter. Analog computers.


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Definition, generation and history of Operating Systems, Know the different types of operating systems. Know the structure, functions, and philosophy of operating systems. Understand interposes communication. Know various scheduling techniques. Understand interrupt and masking traps. Understand Operating system nucleus (Kernel). Know the different operation system commands and operating system architecture


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Courseware
Meaning and relevance of ethnobotany. Human uses of plants; uses of plants by indigenous cultures. Food plants – plant and plant products of industrial value.
Other economically important plants, cultivation, products, uses, harvesting/extraction and preparation methods of the products: cereals, pulses, fiber plants, timber, rubber, sugar, spices, beverages, pulp, paper, gums, vegetables (root, stem, herbage and fruit vegetables) and fruits (tropical and temperate fruits).


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Description identification and classification of medicinal plants. Preparation of Extracts from various organs of plants. Collection and preservation of medicinal plant. Plants used for treating diseases. Indigenous system of Medicine. Importance and relevance of Herbal Medicine. Classification of drugs. Primary and Secondary metabolites. Botanical description and active principles of leaves, flower, fruits, seeds and entire plants used as drugs.
Pharmacognosy – Aim and Scope. Pharmacognosy of some selected herbal products in Nigeria.
Drug Industry – marketing, adulteration, sophistication,…
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Courseware
Themes of ecology: autecology and synecology, historical aspects. Current trends in ecology. Plant community hypotheses. Concepts of ecosystem: food chains, webs, interaction between plants and animals. Ecological groups: hydrophytes, halophytes, xerophytes, epiphytes and mesophytes. The effect of physical environment on plants. Climatic, biotic and topographic factors.A study of Nigerian forests, savannah grass lands and special emphasis on arid zones


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Origin of Bryophytes and Pteridophytes. Tropical bryology and pteridology. Nomenclature of Bryophytes and Pteridophytes. Moss flora. General taxonomy and ecology of Bryophytes and Pteridophytes. Life cycle of selected groups. Phylogeny, Morphology and Anatomy of Bryophytes and Pteridophytes. Economic importance of Bryophytes and Pteridophytes. Morphology and Classification of Spurs and Pollen; their stratigraphic and pale environment application.


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Basic research techniques in Biological sciences. These include Spectrophotometry, Chromatography, Manometry, Isotope methods, advanced microscopy (Scanning Electron Microscopy, Transmission Scanning Electron Microscopy, Fluorescence Microscopy); Micrometry, use of microtome; Permanent slides preparation, Plant tissue culture techniques, Sterilization & Culture techniques.


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The general morphology of flowering plants. Plant tissues and growth hormones. Anatomy of flowering plants- origin and development of primary and secondary plant body. Physiology of flowering plants. Plant metabolic pathways.


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Principles of bacterial taxonomy. Bacterial classification. The morphology, life cycle and biochemical characteristics of bacteria. Systemic study of bacteria and related Prokaryotes: Gram positive cocci, Aerobic Gram positive rods, Aerobic Gram negative bacteria, Anaerobic bacteria, Curved and Spiral- shaped, Gram-negative roads, Mycoplasma, Ureaplasma and Obligate intracellular bacteria. The morphology, life cycle and biochemical characteristics of bacteria. Systematic study of bacteria and other prokaryotes, their nature, characteristics, identification and isolation. Microscopy, growth and nutrition of bacteria. Microbial enzymes. Role of bacteria…
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Role of microorganisms in food, soil. Identification and economic importance of selected microbial groups: Bacteria, Fungi, Viruses, Protozoa and Algae. Tools and techniques used in Microbiology. Principles of sterilization and disinfection. Growth of microorganisms including the effect of environmental factors on growth, survival, inhibition and death of microorganism. Biological and biochemical pathways of microorganisms. Nitrogen fixation. Common Infectious Diseases. Antigens and antibodies. Microbial variation and heredity. Problems of infectivity. Antimicrobial agents and sensitivity tests. Gene transfer: Transformation, Transduction,…
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Review of function theory,Rolle’s theorem, Taylor’s theorem, maximum and minimum values of a function, functions of two several Independent variables, Jacobian, Dependent And Independent Functions, Method of Lagrange’s Multiplier, Line and Multiple Integrals and Line Integral with respect to an Arc Length.


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COURSE DETAILS:
1. Week 1-2: Meaning and Scope of Mass Media
2. Week 3-4 Media Evolution in Nigeria
3. Week 5-6: Colonial Newspapers
4. Week 7-8: Post-Colonial Media
5. Week 9-10 Deregulation of Broadcast Media in Nigeria
6. Week 11: Contemporary media landscape of Nigeria
7. Week 12 Revision


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COURSE DETAILS:
COURSE DETAILS:
1. Week 1-2: Fundamentals of Communication
2. Week 3-4 Theories of Mass Communication
3. Week 5-6: Forms and Context of Communication
4. Week 7-8: Media of Communication
5. Week 9-10 Adjunct/Impact of the Mass Media
6. Week 11: Effects of the Mass Media on the Society
7. Week 12 Revision


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COURSE DETAILS:

Week 1:          Personal introductions and introduction to the course;

Week 2:          A brief introduction to linguistics and its branches

Week 3:          What is phonetics and phonology?

Week 4:          The branches of phonetics – articulatory

Week 5:          The branches of phonetics – auditory and acoustic

Week 6:          Language Lab Practicals

Week 7:          Mid-semester test;    

Week 8:          The organs of speech

Week 9:          The human speech mechanism

Week 10:        The description and classification of English vowel sounds

Week 11:       …
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COURSE DETAILS:
COURSE DETAILS:
1. Week 1-2: The Concept of Communication, African Communications Systems and the Reasons
2. Week 3-4 Traditional Channels of Communication
3. Week 5-6: Visual Channels of Communication
4. Week 7-8: Instrumental Channel.
5. Week 9-10 Demonstrative Channels
6. Week 11: Revision.
7. Week 12 Revision


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COURSE DETAILS:
1. Week 1-2: Definition and Basics of Media Writing
2. Week 3-4 Writing the Lead/Headlines
3. Week 5-6: Information Sources
4. Week 7-8: Revising, Editing and proofreading
5. Week 9-10 Organizing the Facts
6. Week 11: Revision.
7. Week 12 Revision


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COURSE DETAILS:
Week 1-2: Meaning of Public Relations, Origin of Public Relations
Week 3-4 Qualities of good Public Relations Practitioners and relationship between PR, Marketing and Advertising
Week 5-6: Roles and Strategies of PR in the society
Week 7-8: Application of PR strategies to different sectors of Nigerian Environment
Week 9-10 Assessment of the concepts of persuasion, public opinion and propaganda in PR
Week 11: Perception in PR.
Week 12 Revision


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COURSE DETAILS
Week 1-2: Understanding theories, how to arrive at theories
Week 3-4: Normative Theories.
Week 5-6: Working Theories
Week 7-8: Communication Models
Week 9-10: Theories of Persuasion and Media violence
Week 11: Common sense Theory
Week 12: Revision


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COURSE DETAILS
Week 1-2: Meaning of editorials, editorial writers
Week 3-4: Types of editorials, editorials, functions of editorials.
Week 5-6: Sourcing for editorial materials, editorial audience.
Week 7-8: Classification of editorials, determinants of editorial subjects.
Week 9-10: Compare and contrast columns from editorials, write editorials.
Week 11: write editorials and reflect on dos and don’ts of editorials
Week 12: Revision


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COURSE DETAILS:
Week 1-2: Introducing Editing and Graphics of Communication
Week 3-4 Devices of Editing and Graphics of Communication
Week 5-6: Typography
Week 7-8: The Graphic Process
Week 9-10. Text Editing, Graphics and Communication
Week 11: Image Editing, Captions, Layout and Design.
Week 12 Revision


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COURSE DETAILS:
Week 1-2: Media Structure
Week 3-4 New tools in the media
Week 5-6: New, media and social media
Week 7-8: Citizen Journalism
Week 9-10. Internationalisation of media
Week 11: Media and Globalisation
Week 12 Revision


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COURSE DETAILS:

Week 1-2:  Definition of the concept of critical and review writing as a form of media writing, other forms of media writing compared.

Week 3-4 How to review a book

Week 5-6: Review of other works of art: Film, music

Week 7-8: Newspaper article, poem, sculpture

Week 9-10.Functions of critical and review writing/qualities

Week 11: The thin line between critical writing and review.

Week 12 Revision


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COURSE DETAILS:
GENERAL CONTENT AND OUTLINE
1. Definition of News, Types of News & Elements of News
2. Structure and Components of News Story
3. Leads & Types of Leads in News Story
4. Sources of News/Differences between News & Features
5. News Judgement & Layers of Reporting
6. News Writing for Newspapers
7. News Writing for a Broadcast Media
8. Conducting a News Interview
9. Elements of Good Quality Journalism
10. Tools of a News Writer/Reporter
11. Revision
12.…
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COURSE CONTENT/OUTLINE
1. General Introduction and setting the tone, Defining Philosophy and Etymology.
2. Concept of Critical Reflection, thinking and/or Reasoning.
3. Means and methods of transmission and preservation of philosophical ideas.
4. The Main Branches of Western Philosophy.
5. Introduction to Discourse & Types of Discourse.
6. The Logic and the concept of Logical reasoning; Inductive and Deductive reasoning.
7. Arguments; Nature, Validity, soundness and structure of Inferences, rules of, conditional and bi-conditional argument .
8. Introduction to Symbolic…
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Course Details
Week 1: The Nature of Poetry as Literature: What is literature?
Week 2: What is poetry?
Week 3: Elements of poetry
Week 4: Major form/types of poetry
Week 5: Purpose of poetry as a form of literature
Week 6: techniques and literary devices of poetry
Week 7: Analysis of poetry: English poems
Week 8: English poems /American poems
Week 9: American poems
Week 10: African poems
Week 11: African poems
Week 12: Revision
Week 13: Revision


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COURSE DETAILS:
Week 1-2:Introduction to concepts of diplomacy
Week 3-4nature and goal of diplomacy
Week 5-6: the modalities, tool and etiquette of diplomacy
Week 7-8: the origins and evolution of diplomacy
Week 9-10:Greeks, Byzantium and Italian methods of diplomacy
Week 11:impact of the thirty years war and the Treaty of Westphalia on diplomacy
Week 12 Revision


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Course Description:
This course focuses on issues of African History from early times to the beginning of the nineteenth century. It is designed to introduce students to some of the broad themes that dominate the study of African History before 1800 as well as many of the key scholars and the debates of the field. Its central themes are the possibility of African history and sources such as oral traditions, archaeology, origin of man in the continent and his relations…
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COURSE DETAILS:
Week 1: Meaning of public policy
Week 2: Meaning of public policy Analysis
The policy cycle
Week 3: Public policy cycle
Actors in the policy process
Week 4: Governmental actors
Week 5: Non-governmental actors
Models of Decision Making in public Policy
Week 6: Rational-comprehensive
Week 7: Satisfying
Week8: Mixed scanning
Cost-Benefit Analysis (CBA)
Week 9: Strategies of CBA
Week10: Strengths of CBA
Week 11: Weaknesses of CBA
Week 12 Revision


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SECTION ONE: THE STUDY OF THE INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM
1. INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM
2. International society
3. International community
4. Theoretical approaches to the study of the international system
5. Definition of international system
6. Definition of international society
7. Definition of international community
8. Differences and similarities between international system, society, and community


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COURSE DETAILS:
Week 1-2: Introduction to Cloud Computing
Week 3-4: Cloud Computing Technologies and Types, Big Data, MapReduce and Hadoop
Week 5-6: Developing MapReduce Programs
Week 7-8: Data Management in the Cloud, Information Retrieval in the Cloud
Week 9-10: Link Analysis in the Cloud, Beyond MapReduce
Week 11: Selected case studies
Week 12: Revision


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COURSE DETAILS:
Week 1-2: Overview of Information Security
Week 3-4: Access Control Matrix Model, Security Policies,
Week 5-6: Identity Management, Access Control Mechanisms
Week 7-8: Confinement, Assurance and Trust, Network Intruders and Intrusion Detection
Week 9-10: Firewalls and Malicious Software,
Week 11: Cryptographic Protocol Concepts
Week 12: Revision


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COURSE DETAILS:
Week 1-2: Computer circuits; diode arrays, PIAs etc, Integrated circuits fabrication process.
Week 3-4: Use of MSI, LSI and VLSI IC’ hardware Design.
Week 5-6: Primary and Secondary memories; core memory, etc. Magnetic devices; disks, tapes, video disks etc.
Week 7-8: Peripheral devices; printers, CRT’s, keyboards, character recognition.
Week 9-10: Operational amplifiers; Analog-to- digital and Digital-to-analog converter
Week 11: Analog computers.
Week 12: Revision


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COURSE DETAILS:
Week 1-2: Basic Set Theory: Basic definitions, Relations, Equivalence Relations Partition, Ordered Sets.
Week 3-4: Boolean Algebra & Lattices, Logic, Graph theory: Directed and Undirected graphs
Week 5-6: Graph Isomorphism, Basic Graph Theorems, Matrices; Integer and Real matrices
Week 7-8: Boolean Matrices, Matrices med m, Path matrices.
Week 9-10: Adjacency Vectors/Matrices: Path adjacency matrix, Numerical & Boolean Adjacency matrices.
Week 11: Applications to counting, Discrete Probability Generating Functions,
Week 12 Revision


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Week 1-2: Fundamental building blocks, logic expressive immunization, sum of product forms.
Week 3-4: Register transfer notation, Physical considerations. Data representation, and number bases, Fixed and Floating point systems, representation memory systems organization and architecture.
Week 5-6: Memory system, general; characteristics of memory operation.
Week 7-8: Memory addressing, memory hierarchy, virtual memory control systems
Week 9-10 Hardware control, micro programmed control, Asynchronous control, i/c control.
Week 11: Introduction to the methodology of faulty tolerant computing
Week 12 Revision


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Week 1-2: In-depth study of Web application development
Week 3-4 Introduction to Apache Server
Week 5-6: PHP Scripting Language
Week 7-8: JavaScript and MySQL relational database
Week 9-10 Multimedia authoring and production
Week 11: Issues of Web security
Week 12 Revision


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Week 1-2: Review of compilers assemblers and interpreters, structure and functional aspects of a typical compiler, syntax semantics and pragmatics, functional relationship between lexical analysis, syntax analysis and code generation
Week 3-4 The use of display in run-time storage Organization. The use of display in run time storage allocation.
Week 5-6: LR grammars and analyzers. Construction of LR table. Organization of symbol tablets. Allocation of storage to run-time variables
Week 7-8: Code generation. Optimization/Translator with systems. Grammars and…
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Week 1-2: Concurrency: states & state diagrams structures
Week 3-4 Dispatching and context switching interrupting; concurrent execution;
Week 5-6: Mutual exclusion problem and some solution Deadlock
Week 7-8: Models and mechanisms (semaphores, monitors etc.) producer-consumer problems & synchronization.
Week 9-10 Multiprocessor issues. Scheduling & Dispatching
Week 11: Memory Management: Overlays, Swapping and partitions, paging & segmentations placement & replacement policies, working set and trashing Caching.
Week 12 Revision


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Basic definitions, File Systems; definition of labels (header and Tailer) Record blocking and de-blocking; Basic methods of file processing.Sequential, index sequential and random. Information storage & retrieval, information management applications,Information capture and representation, analysis & indexing, search, retrieval, Other issues in Information Management: privacy, integrity,security, scalability efficiency and effectiveness Introduction to DBMSDatabase management systems with examples and applicationinformation privacy; integrity, security; scalability, efficiency and effectiveness.Introduction to database system: Components of database system DBMS function, Database architecture and data independence use…
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Week 1-2: System concept; System Development Life Cycle
Week 3-4 Analysis: Fact gathering Techniques, data flow diagrams, Process description data modeling.
Week 5-6: System Design: Structure Charts, form designs, security, automated Tools for Design
Week 7-8: What Are Information Systems? Problems in Information Systems Development, Avoiding the Problems.
Week 9-10 What Is Object-Orientation? Modelling Concepts, Requirements Capture, Requirements Analysis, Refining the Requirements Model, Object Interaction. Week 11: Specifying Operations, System Design, Human Computer Interaction, Software Development Methodologies.
Week…
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Week 1-2: Concept of database: file systems and databases, relational database model Week 3-4 Design concepts and implementation: entity relationship modeling using Microsoft Access
Week 5-6: normalization of database tables, database design and implementation Basics about a database
Week 7-8: Database Management System (DBMS), add, remove, update records
Week 9-10: retrieve data that match certain criteria cross-reference data in different tables perform aggregate calculation, columns (attributes) and rows (records).
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Week 1-2: Fundamental building blocks, logic expressive immunization, sum of product forms.
Week 3-4: Register transfer notation, physical consideration. Data representation, and number bases
Week 5-6: Fixed and Floating point systems, representation memory system organization architecture.
Week 7-8: Memory system, general; characteristics of memory operations. Memory addressing, memory hierarchy, virtual memory control systems.
Week 9-10: The Hardware, Software interface.
Week 11: Processor logical design conventions (Gates, Truth Tables, and Logic Equations.
Week 12 Revision


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Week 1-2: Definition, generation and history of Operating Systems, Know the different types of operating systems.
Week 3-4: The structure, functions, and philosophy of operating systems.
Week 5-6: Interposes communication
Week 7-8: scheduling techniques. Interrupt and masking traps.
Week 9-10: Operating system nucleus (Kernel).
Week 11: operation system commands and operating system architecture..
Week 12: Revision


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Week 1-2: Introduction to concept of programming logic, programs, algorithms and flowcharts.
Week 3-6: Design, implement, debug and test small programs using different programming paradigms, given straightforward specifications; with emphasis on; writing a First program
Week 7-8: Safe operation of computing equipment, Variables and number types, String types
Week 9-10: Arithmetic and Boolean operations, If statement , Loops, Methods, Arrays. Use common programming tools such as compilers, editors and debuggers Week 11: Understanding the relative advantages and disadvantages…
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Week 1-2: Design and build a website for a case study small business validate a website so that it complies with current web standards (HTML5 and CSS3)
Week 3-4 Web page authoring using web standards for HTML5 and CSS3
Week 5-6: Browser differences. Enforce colour theory.
Week 7-8: Layout and typography. Accessibility.
Week 9-10 Accessibility. Storyboarding. Sitemap.
Week 11: Planning website architecture.FTP File Transfer Protocol, Legal and Copyright issues.
Week 12 Revision


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Week 1-2: Introduction to DBMS (SQL, MySQl, Oracle) Transaction management, concurrency control.
Week 3-4 Object Oriented Databases, client/server systems, data warehouse, databases in electronic commerce, web database development and database administration.
Week 5-6: Single table database Relational Database System of related tables Minimum redundancy, Referential integrity, Database keys
Week 7-8: The ACID model (guarantee of successful transactions): –Atomicity (“all or nothing” rule), Consistency Enforcing referential integrity
Week 9-10 Indexing field values, Principles for building a database, Queries, SQL…
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Week 1-2: Introduction to the use of object-oriented methods for problem solving
Week 3-4: Java programming and materials covered in the following sequence: Objects and classes - Creating and manipulating objects
Week 5-6: Constructor methods and object creation. Static fields and methods. Week 7-8: Passing objects and call-by-reference. Scope and the reference this. The qualifier final and class constants. Arrays: Loop Enhancement, Common Array Algorithms, Using Arrays with Methods, Two-Dimensional Arrays, and Array Lists. Inheritance, polymorphism, and abstract…
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Week 1-2: Basics of C++ Language
Week 3-4: Basic OOP concepts: classes, object, inheritance, polymorphism, Data Abstraction
Week 5-6: Tools for developing, compiling, interpreting and debugging.
Week 7-8: C++ programs, C++ syntax and data objects, operators.
Week 9-10 Central flow constructs, objects and classes programming, Arrays, methods
Week 11: Laboratory exercises in C++ Language.
Week 12: Revision


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Week 1-2: Introduction to Data Structures and Algorithms (algorithms and flowcharts); Data structures: arrays, lists, queues, stacks, and sets;
Week 3-4: Trees: binary trees; Recursion - Traversing binary trees
Week 5-6: Dictionary based data structures: binary search trees, hash tables, maps
Week 7-8: Analysis of running time of algorithms;
Week 9-10: Elementary tree and graph algorithms: depth first and breadth first search;
Week 11: Finite state machines (automata) and regular languages; Turing machines.
Week 12: Revision


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Probability, finite sample space, axioms of probability, simple theorems, concepts of probability addition and multiplication rules, conditional probability and independence, Bayes’ theorem. Probability distributions: random variables, means and variances, Binomial, Poisson and Normal distributions. Mathematical expectations and Chebychev’s inequality. Population and samples. Random sampling distributions, estimation (point and interval) and Tests of hypotheses concerning population mean and proportion (one and two sample cases).


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Week 1-2: Introduction to real number system
Week 3-4 Introduction to set theory and its application
Week 5-6: Discussion on sequence, series and convergence
Week 7-8: Introduction to polynomials and partial fraction
Week 9-10: Discussion on permutation and conbination
Week 11: Explanation of the binomial theorem, Demoivre’s theorem and complex numbers
Week 12 Revision


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Week 1-2: Introduction to concept of nuclear structure
Week 3-4 Explanation of nuclear models
Week 5-6: Introduction to the concept of radioactivity and nuclear instrumentation
Week 7-8: Discussion on nuclear fission and nuclear fussion
Week 9-10: Discussion on nuclear interaction
Week 11: Discussion on elementary particle and conservation laws
Week 12 Revision


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Week 1-2: Introduction to quantum theory of solids
Week 3-4: Introduction to the periodic structure and symmetry of crystals
Week 5-6: Discussion on phonons and lattice dynamics in crystals
Week 7-8: Discussion on how the breeder reactors are used in energy generation
Week 9-10: Introduction to the various modes of power generation
Week 11: Discussion on problems associated with power generation
Week 12 Revision


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Week 1-2: Introduction to energy and power
Week 3-4: Discussion on thermal pollution in power generation
Week 5-6: Discussion on energy generation from fossil fuels
Week 7-8: Discussion on how the breeder reactors are used in energy generation
Week 9-10: Introduction to the various modes of power generation
Week 11: Discussion on problems associated with power generation
Week 12 Revision


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Week 1-2: Introduction to Wave phenomenon
Week 3-4: Discussion on the harmonic oscillator
Week 5-6: Discussion on the various kinds of waves
Week 7-8: Discussion on the terminologies associated with wave propagation
Week 9-10: Introduction to reflection on spherical surfaces
Week 11: Discussion on geometric optics
Week 12 Revision


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Week 1-2: MEASUREMENT AND MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
Week 3-4 ERROR ANALYSIS AND ERROR ESTIMATION
Week 5-6: GRAPH PLOTTING
Week 7-8: DESIGN OF PRACTICAL REPORT
Week 9-10 SIMULATIONS
Week 11: PRACTICAL WORK
Week 12 Revision


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Week 1-2: Introduction to simple circuit
Week 3-4: Introduction to circuit theorem and Analysis
Week 5-6: Introduction to the transformer
Week 7-8: Discussion on Admittance, Q factor and Resonance
Week 9-10: Introduction to Semiconductor
Week 11: Discussion on Transistors and Amplifiers
Week 12 Revision


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Week 1-2: Introduction to special relativity and Newtonian mechanics
Week 3-4: Discussion on the defects in Newtonian mechanics
Week 5-6: Introduction to Bohr’s theory of atomic structure
Week 7-8: Discussion on Debroglie’s hypothesis and the uncertainty principle
Week 9-10: Introduction to Black body radiation and the schrodinger wave equation
Week 11: Application of the schrodinger wave equation
Week 12 Revision


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Week 1-2: Introduction to the concept of space and time in classical machanics
Week 3-4: Introduction to the concept of particle dynamics
Week 5-6: Introduction to the concept of force and force fields
Week 7-8: Discussion on energy and the equipartition of energy
Week 9-10: Introduction to the meaning of diffusion and mean free path
Week 11: Introduction to the concept of viscosity in liquid and heat transfer
Week 12 Revision


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Week 1-2: MEASUREMENT AND MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
Week 3-4 ERROR ANALYSIS AND ERROR ESTIMATION
Week 5-6: GRAPH PLOTTING
Week 7-8: DESIGN OF PRACTICAL REPORT
Week 9-10 SIMULATIONS
Week 11: PRACTICAL WORK
Week 12 Revision


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Week 1-2: Introduction to concept of flow of current in conductors and Ohm’s law
Week 3-4: Understand the concept of electrostatics and coulombs law
Week 5-6: Introduction to Kirchoff’s laws and their application
Week 7-8: Electromagnetic forces and Maxwell’s laws
Week 9-10 Matter and its constituents
Week 11: Quantum theory
Week 12 Revision


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OVERVIEW
This foundation course in Accounting aims at exposing the students to basic techniques of classifying and recording the different types of cost and revenues associated with transactions and compiling simple financial reports. Topics covered in this course include: Brief history of the development of accounting, definition, branches of accounting, users, uses and qualities of accounting information; basic accounting concepts, procedures and practices; measurement of assets, liabilities, income and costs, accounting equation, book keeping (books of primary entry, ledgers, bank…
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Overview
This course is aimed at introducing the students to descriptive statistic. The specific topics include meaning of descriptive statistics, measure of central tendency, measures of variation, measures of partition, probability theorem, central limit theorem for discrete data, and distribution.


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OVERVIEW
This course builds on the basic concepts of probability theory and probability distributions. Topic covered includes simple correlation and regression analysis, binomial probability distribution, poison probability distribution, normal distribution, student t-distribution, hyper geometric distribution, Chi- square distribution and F distribution. Other topics include theory of estimators and their properties, confidence interval and hypothesis testing.


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OVERVIEW
The course which is a continuation of ECO 214 deals with differentiation and integral calculus, differential and integral calculus and its applications in economics, first order difference and differential equations, constrained optimization-lagrangian multiplier and liner programming. All topics are include the relevant economic applications


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OVERVIEW
The main focus of this part of the course is the Demand aspect of microeconomics. Topics covered include Neutral, theory of costs, Pricing, Short run and Long run equilibrium of firms and industry under perfect competition; Pricing under imperfect competition; Short run and Long run equilibrium of the classical monopoly; price discrimination; factor pricing and choice of optimal combination of factors of production; choice of optimal expansion path, partial and General equilibrium concepts; Cardinal and Ordinal theories of Demand,…
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OVERVIEW
The course is basically an introductory one. Specific topics covered include the definition the definition of public finance, finance, budgets and budgeting; source of government revenue, government expenditure, composition of government expenditure, taxation theories of public expenditure, revenue sharing and revenue allocation, the application of Pareto principles to the issue of public finance, public debt etc.


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Week 1: Cell and its concept: Definition of cell

  • Types of cell, History of cell theory, Cell theory

Week 2: Components of cell.

  • Functions of the various components of cell.

Week 3:Organization of life: Definition

  • Levels of organization of life
  • Advantages and disadvantages of the complexity in higher organisms.

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Week 1-2: Definition of anatomy. The Place of Anatomy in Medicine, Methods of the study of Anatomy, Application of Basic Anatomy to Clinical Medicine, Vertebrates and Man, Anatomy of the cell and cellular function,

Week 3: Classification of tissues, Joints, Classification of joints. Bone and Radiological Anatomy. Dentition. Nervous System, Muscles and Glandular Tissues.

Week 4: Osteology of Lower Limb, front of the thigh I (femoral triangles, femoral canal and hernia, sub-sartorial canal).

Week 5: Front of thigh…
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Weeks 1 and 2: The distribution, role and significance of micro-organisms in food

Weeks 3 and 4: intrinsic and extrinsic parameters of foods that affect microbial growth, food spoilage and food borne diseases

Weeks 5 and 6: Micro-organisms indices of food sanitary growth

Weeks 7 and 8: food microbiology standards

Weeks 9-10: Disease of animal transmittable to man via food products. 

Week 12: Revision


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Week 1: General Principles: Introduction and History of Physiology. Structure and function of cell membranes with emphasis on transport across cell membrane
Week 2. Cardiovascular and Respiratory: Biophysical principles. Osmosis, diffusion, active transport. Homeostasis and control systems. Blood and Body Fluids: Fluids of blood cellular components, blood groups, haemoglobin and haemopoiesis. Body fluids and electrolytes: their measurement and regulation.
Week 3: Cardiovascular and Respiratory: Organisation and Structure of aorta and large arteries and arterioles – as resistance vessels,…
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Historical aspect of virology, Structure of viruses, viral morphology, General characteristics of plant, animal and bacterial viruses; Cultivation of viruses, Identification of viral particles and cytopathic effects. Virus classification; purification of viruses; viral assay; viral replication, Regulation of lytic development and maintenance of the Lysogenic state in bacteriophages lambda, P2 and 14 single stranded DNA and RNA phage viroid as pathogens.

 


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Characteristics of soil environment, microbial flora and fauna, Nitrogen cycle, mineral transformation by microorganisms, ecological relationships among pathogens, effect of pesticides on soil microorganisms, biodegradation and biofuels generation, microbiology of rhizosphere


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Weeks 1 and 2: Introduction, heritable and non-heritable characteristics

Weeks 3 and 4: Characteristics and functions of DNA and RNA in the cell

Week 5: Structure of the chromosome

Week 6: Recombination

Week 7: Mutation

Weeks 8 and 9: Brief review: replication, and transduction

Weeks 10 and 11: Brief review: transcription and translation

Week 12: Revision


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Weeks 1 and 2: Culturing of microorganisms; preparation of media for microbial growth

Weeks 3 and 4: Isolation of pure culture, sub-culturing procedures (streaking, pour plate etc).

Weeks 5 and 6: Staining techniques for differentiation of microorganisms

Weeks 7 and 8: Techniques for enumeration of microorganisms (direct and indirect procedures

Weeks 9, 10 and 11: Identification of microorganisms to include colonial and cellular morphology and biochemical procedures.

Week 12: Revision


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Week 1-3: General introduction to medical laboratory science (Clinical Chemistry, Haemtology and Blood Transfusion Science, Medical Microbiology, Histopathology and Immunology)

Week 4-5: Specimen collection procedure; specimen collection bottles; reception and registration of specimen; storage and disposal of specimen

Week 6-7: Safety precautions in pathology laboratories against chemical, biological, electrical, materials and irradiation hazards.

Week 8-9: Techniques and principles of chemical sterilization and physical methods

Week 10-11: glassware cleaning, care and maintenance; breeding of laboratory animals

Week 12:
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Weeks 1 and 2: Food constituents

Weeks 3 and 4: Basic concepts in food science

Week 5 and 6: Food preservation and processing

Week 7 and 8: Traditional and modern methods of food preservation

Week 9-10: Traditional and modern methods of food storage and microbial quality changes

Week 11: Storage of foods and microbial quality changes

Week 12: Revision.


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Week 1-3: General introduction to medical laboratory science (Clinical Chemistry, Haemtology and Blood Transfusion Science, Medical Microbiology, Histopathology and Immunology)

Week 4-5: Specimen collection procedure; specimen collection bottles; reception and registration of specimen; storage and disposal of specimen

Week 6-7: Safety precautions in pathology laboratories against chemical, biological, electrical, materials and irradiation hazards.

Week 8-9: Techniques and principles of chemical sterilization and physical methods

Week 10-11: glassware cleaning, care and maintenance; breeding of laboratory animals

Week 12:
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Week 1: Introduction – scope and division of Horticulture, history of gardening

Week 2: types of Garden – Indoor garden, Public garden, Kitchen garden, Garden Implements and accessories

Week 3: Nursery structures –Nursery beds, propagating frames, hot beds, green house and glass houses.

Week 4: Nursery Management. Preparation of soil mixture. Organic farming

Week 5: Gardens Operation; planting and transplanting, pinching, debudding, defoliation, staking, pruning, mulching and topiary

Week 6: Terrace garden, Rock Garden, Hydroponics, Terrarium, Arches and…
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Week 1:Biochemistry of microbial growth: energetics and kinetics of microbial growth

Week 2:A review of general metabolic pathways and application in industrial processes

Week 3:Continuous culture methods, principles and applications

Week 4:Downstream processing in biotechnology and general instrumentation

Week 5:Fermentation- alcoholic, amino acid antibiotics and other secondary metabolites

Week 6:Primary and secondary metabolism.Process evaluation and development.Thechemostat and its application in industrial fermentations

Week 7:Microbial gums and other polymers

Week 8:Over-production of metabolites- amino acids, taste enhancers, vitamins, toxins…
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Week 1: Plant water relations – diffusion, permeability, osmosis water potential and its components

Week 2: Absorption of water - Apoplast and Symplast, Passive and active absorption Transpiration types and significance; Stomatal Physiology. Factors affecting transpiration

Week 3: Enzymes – General properties, Nomenclature &Classification, Coenzymes and Cofactors mechanism of action and enzyme regulation

Week 4: Photosynthesis –Radiant energy, Absorption spectrum, Action spectrum, Hill reaction, Red drop and Emerson Enhancement effect; Pigment systems – I and II, Photo electron transport and…
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Week 1: Biochemical aspects of endocrinology, hormones, structures and functions

Week 2:Evolution of hormone action, classes of hormones, intercellular mediators of hormones, hormone receptors, binding activity and response

Week 3:Molecular mechanisms of action of steroids, thyroid and polypeptide hormones

Week 4:Kinetics of binding mode of action of hormones, cAMP as second messenger, role of calcium and other ions

Week 5:Amino acid derived hormones, steroid hormones and polypeptide hormones

Week 6:Hormone agonists and partial agonists.Biochemistry and function of insulin,…
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Week 1:Human dietary nutrient requirement and factors affecting the requirements

Week 2:Food habits and intakes

Week 3:Digestion, absorption, metabolism and function of carbohydrates, lipid, proteins and amino acids in mass

Week 4:Consequences of excess and inadequate calorie intake, protein energy malnutrition; Kwashiokor and Marasmus.

Week 5:The vitamins: Their chemistry, metabolism and function, the minerals: their metabolism and function

Week 6:Animal and microbial nutrition,feed formulation, food toxicants and detoxification mechanisms

Weeks 7 and 8:Food stuff: Nutritive and energy values…
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Week 1:      Concepts of immunity, humoral and cellular products of immunity

Week 2:      Cells of the immune system and the lymphoid organs

Week 3:      Natural and acquired immunity, Antigens: Structure and classification

Week 4:      Synthesis, structure and function of immunoglobulins, molecular basis

of antibody diversity

Week 5:      Antigen-antibody reactions, Production, detection and uses of monoclonal antibodies.

Week 6:      The complement system.        

Week 7:      Major Histocompatibility Proteins

Week 8:      Hypersensitivity and allergies

Week 9:      Therapeutic and…
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Week 1:      Biological diversity, genetic diversity and specific diversity

Week 2:      Species of local cereals, local legume species and local fruit tree species

Week 3:      Co-breeding/hybridization processes

Week 4:      Genetic erosion

Week 5:      Utilization and conservation of plant and animal genetic resources

Week 6:      Importance of conserving the biological heritage of plant and animal kingdoms

Week 7:      Development of seed and gene banks, modes of operation of gene banks

Week 8:      Biotechnologically-based alternatives to live…
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Week 1: Detailed treatment of metabolism of amino acids degradation and biosynthesis

Week 2: Inborn errors of metabolism. The urea cycle; metabolism of inorganic nitrogen

Week 3: Disorders of amino acid metabolism

Week 4: Oxidative and Non-oxidative deamination, Transamination and decarboxylation

Week 5: Transamidation, Transport and toxicity of ammonia, Creatine metabolism

Week 6: Polyamines

Week 7: Nucleoside, nucleotide and nucleic acid synthesis/degradation

Week 8: Disorders of nucleotide metabolism.Hyperuricemia& other inborn errors

Week 9: One carbon metabolism, Transmethylation

Week…
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Week 1: Introduction to separation techniques in Biochemistry

Week 2:The principles, procedures, and application of centrifugation, chromatography, electrophoresis and analytical techniques

Weeks 3 and 4:The principles, instrumentation, and application of manometry and photometry (Spectrophotometry, Spectrofluorimetry and flame photometry)

Weeks 5 and 6:The principles, instrumentation, and application ofcalorimetry, optical spectroscopy and X-ray diffraction

Weeks 7 and 8: The principles, instrumentation and application of mass and nuclear magnetic resonance

Week 9: pH measurements

Weeks 10 and 11: Isotopes in Biochemistry


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Week 1:      Enzymes, enzymes as catalyst, general characteristics, nomenclature and nature of enzymes

Week 2:      Structural organization; active site, nature of active site, enzyme

kinetics

Week 3:      Isolation, purification and characterisation of enzymes

Week 4:      Measurement of enzyme activity

Week 5-6:   Mechanisms of enzyme catalyzed reactions. Effects of temperature,

pH, ions and inhibitors on enzyme catalysed reactions.

Week 7:      MichaelisMenton equation allosteric/regulatory enzymes.     

Week 8:      Estimation of kinetic parameters- enzyme activities, Km, Vmax, Ki etc.

Zymogen activation, digestive enzymes…
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Week 1-2:   Hydrogen ion concentration with emphasis on buffers and the ionisable

groups of amino acids

Week 3-4:   Quantitative determination of glucose and other reducing sugars using

Somogyi Nelson method, glucose oxidase method, O`toluidine method

Week 5-6:   Methods of cell fractionation, enzyme purification and kinetic

characterisation of an enzyme

Week 7-8:   Methods of separation of proteins using chromatography techniques,

centrifugation

Week 9-10: Methods of protein quantification; spectrophotometry

Week 11:    Experimental approach to the study of plasma…
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Week 1-2:            Gluconeogenesis, Glyoxylate cycle, Hexose mono-phosphate

shunt

Week 3-4:           Biosynthesis of fatty acid and triglyceride

Week 5-6:           Oxidation of fatty acids, ketogenesis, metabolism ofketone

bodies

Week 7:              Metabolism of unsaturated fatty acids and eicosanoids

Week 8:              Metabolism and disorders of acylglycerols and sphingolipids

Week 9:              Lipid transport and storage disorders of lipids (hyperlipidemia,

atherosclerosis, obesity).

Week 10-11:       Cholesterol biosynthesis/catabolism/regulation, Biosynthesis of

prostaglandins.

Week 12:             Revision


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Week 1-2:            Reaction orders, first, second, third and zero order reactions.

Week 3:               High-energy compounds; chemical potentials, electrochemical

potentials

Week 4-5:            Electron transport system and oxidative phosphorylation

Week 6-7:             Regulation of ATP production, Biological oxidation-reduction

reactions

Week 8:               Buffers and buffer systems

Week 9:               Catalysis and activation energy

Week 10-11:        Chemical transport across biological membranes.

Week 12:              Revision


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Week 1-2:   Cellular ultra-structure:chromosome structure and gene expression

Week 3-4:  Central dogma of molecular biology, DNA and RNA polymerase in

prokaryotes and eukaryotes.

Week 5-6:   A more comprehensive study of the pathway of biological information

transfer processes comprising detailed analysis of replication, transcription and translation

Week 7-8:   Histones and molecular chaperones, prokaryotic gene expression and

control (lac operon, trp operon), Eukaryotic gene expression and control.

Week 9-10: DNA damage and repair, DNA damaging agents, types…
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Week 1:An introduction to biochemical information flow, strategies of signaling (physical and chemical) presented in a hierarchical fashion

Week 2:Hormones and neurotransmitters as chemical mediators of signals in plant and animals

Week 3:An outline of the physiological action of auxins, gibberellins, cytokinins, insulin, Parathyroid hormone, estrogens and androgens

Weeks 4 and 5:Ligand-gated nerve of nerve impulse (action potential, acetylcholine and other neurotransmitters e.g. GABA serotonin, norepinephrine).

Weeks 6 and 7: Signal transduction cascades to highlight the roles of…
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Week 1: Degradation and digestion of carbohydrate-(sugars), storage polysaccharides and cell walls

Week 2:Introduction to metabolism. Metabolism of amino acids and proteins, including the formation of excretory products

Week 3: Metabolism of lipids; fatty acids and triglyceride degradation; lipoproteins; membranes and membrane structure (elementary introduction

Week 4: Metabolism of carbohydrates: glycolysis, TCA cycle, pentose phosphate pathway.Cori cycle, Calvin pathway, glycogenesis/Glycogenolysis

Week 5: Entry of fructose, galactose and other hexoses into the glycolytic pathway

Week 6:Uronic acid pathway with…
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Week 1: Amino acids as building blocks of proteins, amino acid sequence of proteins, covalent backbone of proteins

Week 2:Chemistry/structure/Reactions/classification of amino acids, Properties of the peptide bond

Week 3: Levels of organisation of proteins.Protein isolation, fractionation, purification and characterization

Week 4: Biological functions of proteins.Genomeorganization.Evidence for DNA as the carrier of genetic information

Weeks 5 and 6: Purines and pyrimidines, Nucleoside and Nucleotide Structure and Nomenclature

Weeks 7 and 8:Abnormalities in nucleic acid metabolism, Structure of RNA…
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Weeks 1 and 2: Qualitative analysis of proteins

Week 3: Qualitative analysis of amino acids

Week 4: Qualitative analysis of carbohydrates

Week 5: Qualitative analysis of lipids

Week 6: Qualitative analysis of nucleic acids

Week 7: Qualitative analysis of enzymes

Weeks 8 and 9: Quantitative determination of glucose by iodine oxidation in alkaline conditions

Week 9 and 10: Determination of ascorbic acid using 2, 5 dichlorophenol indophenols

Week 11: Estimation of amino acids by formal titration

Week 12:…
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COURSE DETAILS:
Week 1: Basics of categorization of research studies
Week 2: How to design a ground breaking study and, understanding the principles of conducting ethical research
Week 3: Bio-statistical concepts and reasoning
Week 4: Introduction and survey of data and data types
Week 5: Sampling techniques, Frequency distributions, Measures of central tendency and dispersion
Week 6-7: Methods for performing inference on population means and proportions via sample data; sample size and statistical power, statistical hypotheses testing and its application…
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COURSE DETAILS
Week 1: Personal introductions and introduction to the course;
Relationship between grammar and syntax (pp. 1-3 in Greenbaum and Quirk).
Week 2: Word classes: open and closed classes of words (pp. 15-18 in G & Q).
Week 3: Word classes: nouns and pronouns
Week 4: World classes: adjectives and adverbs
Week 5: Word classes: verbs, prepositions, and conjunctions
Week 6: Mid-semester test;
The structure of sentences (pp. 204-208 in G & Q)
Week 7: Types of sentences
Week…
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COURSE BREAKDOWN:
Week 1-2: The Elizabethan Period (Time line and major events)
Week 3-4: Drama and other Arts in the Elizabethan Period
Week 5-6: Major Playwrights of the Elizabethan Period (Brief Bio-data)
Week 7-8: Textual Analysis (Comedies)
Week 9-10: Textual Analysis (Tragedies)
Week 11-12: Textual Analysis (history)
Week 13: Revision


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COURSE DETAILS
Knowledge of this course will be imparted through lectures, especially through the direct teaching method and the use of classroom multi-media technologies. Students will be encouraged to participate actively in class discussions. The schedule of weekly lecture topics is as follows:
Week 1: INTRODUCTION
Personal introductions and introduction to the course;
What is literature and why do we study it?
Types of literature: the genres
Arguments for and against the linguistic analysis of literature
Week 2: THE LANGUAGE…
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COURSE DETAILS:
Week 1: Principles of aquatic biology with particular reference to
limnology
Week 2: Physical and chemical properties of water and their biological
significance
Week 3: Thermal stratification of lakes, Tides, waves and currents and
their effects on substratum
Week 4: Inter-tidal fauna and water quality parameters
Week 5: Eutrophic and oligotrophic lakes, fresh water communities
Week 6-9: Factors influencing the distribution and productivity of aquatic
macrophytes, phytoplankton, benthic algae, zooplankton, benthos and nekton in fresh water, brackish/estuarine water…
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COURSE DETAILS:
Week 1: Introduction to insect biology,
Week 2: Insect-organism interaction and insect association with man
Week 3-5: Basic biological principles of insects with reference to medical
and veterinary importance.
Week 6-9: Systematics, morphology, biology, life cycles and distributions
of insects, mites and ticks,
Week 10-11: Behaviour and ecology of social insects
Week 12: Revision


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COURSE DETAILS
Knowledge in this course is disseminated primarily through lectures, particularly the direct method of teaching and the use of classroom multi-media technologies. Students will be encouraged to participate actively in class discussions. The schedule of weekly lectures is as follows:
Week 1: Personal introductions and introduction to the course;
AUXILIARY AND MODAL VERBS (pp. 34-40 in Greenbaum & Quirk)
Primary vs. modal verbs
Syntactic properties of auxiliary verbs
Morphological and syntactic characteristics of the primary verbs BE, HAVE,…
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COURSE BREAKDOWN
Week 1-2: Problematising and defining Commonwealth Literature?
Week 3-4: Characteristics of Commonwealth Literature/Issues common to the writers
Week 5-6: Major themes and literary trends in Commonwealth Literature
Week 7-12: Textual discussions and Analysis
Week 13: RevisionCOURSE BREAKDOWN
Week 1-2: Problematising and defining Commonwealth Literature?
Week 3-4: Characteristics of Commonwealth Literature/Issues common to the writers
Week 5-6: Major themes and literary trends in Commonwealth Literature
Week 7-12: Textual discussions and Analysis
Week 13: Revision


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COURSE DETAILS:
WEEK 1: Mechanics of Writing
WEEK 2: Register – Field, Mode and Tenor of Discourse
WEEK 3: Outlining
WEEK 4: Specialised Composition Writing: Reports and Reviews
WEEK 5: Minutes of Meeting
WEEK 6: Letters and Memos
WEEK 7: Mid semester test
WEEK 8: Term Papers and Long Essays
WEEK 9: Proposal Writing
WEEK 10: Feature Articles and Writing for Magazines
WEEK 11: New media forms of Writing; Emails and Blogs
WEEK 12: REVISION


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COURSE DETAILS:
WEEK 1: A Revision of ENG 122
WEEK 2: Phonetics and Phonology: A Distinction Aspects of Phonology – Segmental and Suprasegmental Phonology
WEEK 3: Distinctive Features
WEEK 4: The Phoneme; Allophones
WEEK 5: Suprasegmental features Intonation (Functions & Patterns)
WEEK 6: Syllable & Stress
WEEK 7: Pitch, Juncture & Rhythm
WEEK 8: Stress-timing in English. A Distinction between “Stress-timed” and “Syllable-timed” Languages
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WEEK 9: English Inflectional Endings and Silent Letters
WEEK 10: Transcription…
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COURSE BREAKDOWN:
Week 1-2: What is Oral Literature?
Week 3-4: Characteristics of Oral Literature
Week 5-6: forms and functions of Oral Literature
Week 7-8: Discussing form (Dramatic genre)
Week 9-10: Discussing form (Narrative genre)
Week 11-12: Discussing form (Poetic genre)
Week 13: Revision


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Course Details
Week 1: Drama as a genre of literature
Week 2: What is drama? (Performance, Composition, and Branch of Literature)
Week 3: Origin of Drama
Week 4: Greek Drama
Week 5: Function of Drama
Week 6: Element of Drama
Week 7: Dramatic Techniques
Week 8: Dramatic Genres: Tragedy, Comedy, Tragi-comedy, Farce, Melodrama, Mine
Week 9: Analysis of Dramatic Texts
Week 10: European Dramatic Texts
Week 11: American Dramatic Texts
Week 12: African Dramatic Texts
Week 13: Revision


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COURSE DETAILS:
WEEK 1: A Revision of ENG 112
WEEK 2: English consonant sounds
WEEK 3: Parameters for the description of consonant sounds – Place of Articulation; manner of articulation; state of the glottis
WEEK 4: The description of other consonant sounds
WEEK 5: The distinction between consonant and vowel sounds
WEEK 6: Consonant clusters
WEEK 7: Transcription; broad (phonemic) transcription
WEEK 8: Narrow (phonetic) transcription
WEEK 9: Secondary articulatory features
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COURSE DETAILS:
WEEK 1: A cursory look at the levels of language
WEEK 2: What is Morphology?
WEEK 3: Morphemes
WEEK 4: The description of morphemes
- Meaning-based - Structure-based
WEEK 6: Word Structure and forms
WEEK 7: Mid semester test
WEEK 8: Words Types
WEEK 9, 10, 11: Word formation processes
i. Compounding
ii. Affixation
iii. Derivation
iv. Blending
v. Clipping
vi. Acronyms
vii. Novel creation/ Neologisms
viii. Sound symbolism
ix. Creative respelling
x. Borrowing
WEEK 12: Revision


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COURSE DETAILS:
Week 1-2: Introduction to Drawing Equipment and Dimensioning
Week 3-4: Geometrical Construction of Shapes
Week 5-6: Construction Involving Circles, Tangency and Loci
Week 7-8: Isometric and Orthographic Projections
Week 9-10: Development of Solids
Week 11: Intersection or Interpenetration of Solids
Week 12: Revision


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Intended Learning Outcomes
At the completion of this course, students are expected to:
1.  List basic apparatus for Physics and their unit of measurements.
2.  Explain the basic principles of different apparatus for measurement.
3.  Use basic apparatus (meter rule, micrometer screw guage, venier caliper, stop watch etc.)
to carry out basic measurement.
4.  Carry out basic experiment, analyze the result base on the theory of the experiment and
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Measurements, Rectilinear Motion, Vector Space, Kinematics and Dynamics, Work, Energy and Power, Conservation Laws, Momentum and Conservation of Momentum, Elastic Properties of Material, Surface Tension, Adhesion, Cohesion, Capillarity, Projectile Motion, Pressure, Newton’s Law of Gravitation, Satellite, Escape Velocity. Circular Motion, Periodic Motion, Velocity and Acceleration of a Sinusoidal Oscillation, Force Oscillation, Resonance, Propagation and Behavior of Waves, Types, Classes and Properties of Waves, Light Waves, Mirror and Lenses, Temperature, Heat, Gas Laws, Thermodynamics Laws, Kinetic Theory of Gases.


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Molecular orbital theory of homonuclear and heteronuclear diatomic molecules; Chemistry of
group IVA, VA, Chemistry of noble gases, Transition metals, Concepts of hard and soft acids
and bases; Chemistry in aqueous and non-aqueous media; Ionic model and structures of
solids.


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PREAMBLE
One basic responsibilities of political scientist is to be able to analyse events as they occur in polity. Political analysis help us to understand what is important, valuable, and real or true in politics.There are different conceptions of politics because scholars tend to define politics base on their perception or field of study. The earliest conception of politics belonged to the Greeks, who viewed politics as matters in the public realm as against the private realm.


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Preamble:
Potential entrepreneurs require guidance on how to generate business ideas. They are also expected to identify, assess and utilize business opportunities to their advantage. It is against this background that this course is taught to guide potential entrepreneurs to generate business ideas and exploit available business opportunities


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Preamble:
Management is vital to any organization that wishes to be effective and realize its determinations. Without someone in a position of authority there would be organizational anarchy with no configuration and very little, if any focus. It has been said that management has four basic functions – planning, organizing, leading and controlling. Common sense dictates that without these principles of management being in place an organization would have trouble achieving its aims, or even coming up with…
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COURSE DETAILS:
Week 1-2:  Plants – structures and functions; Plants and their adaptations to environment
Week 3- The general morphology of flowering plants
Week 5-6: plant hormones
Week 7-8: Plant tissues  
Week  9 Anatomy  of  flowering  plants- origin  and  development  of  primary  and  secondary  plant
body.
Week 10 Physiology of flowering plants
Week 11: Plant metabolic pathways.
Week 12 Revision


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COURSE SCHEDULE
Week 1: Political Science: Definitions and Conceptualization.
     ? The concept of politics.
     ? What is science?
     ? What is political science?

Week 2: The science of politics: The scientific status of the discipline.
     ? The meaning of science
     ? Cannons of science
     ? The scientific nature of the study of politics
     ? Political scientist and the use of scientific patterns

Week 3: Relationship…
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Course Schedule
Week 1: What is International relations?
     ? Conventional and contemporary definitions of international relations.
     ? Changing phases of international relations as a field of study.
Week 2: Scope and Sub-fields of International Relations
     ? Scope of international relation
     ? Sub fields of International relations.
Week 3: The Historical Development of Contemporary International Relations.
     ? Historical and evolutionary trend of contemporary international relations.
Week 4: Approaches to the study…
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COURSE CONTENTS:
1.  Elementary function of single real variable and their graphs, limits and the idea  of continuity.  
2.  Graphs of simple functions polynomial, rational, trigonometric, etc. rate of
change, tangent and normal to a curve.
3.  Differentiation as limit of rate of change of elementary functions, product,
quotient, function of function rules. Implicit differentiation, differentiation of
trigonometric, inverse trigonometric functions and of exponential functions.
Logarithmic and parametric differentiation..
4.  Stationary values of…
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COURSE DETAILS:
Week 1-2.Introduction to the concept of vectors, types of vectors
Week 3-4. Concept of addition of vectors with examples.
Week  5-6  .Introduction  to  two  dimensional  coordinate  Straight  lines,  angles  and
distance between two lines and point
Week 7-8 Introduction to circles, equation of a circle and tangent to the point of a
circle
Week  9-10.concept  of  parabola,  equation  of  a  parabola,  tangent  to  the  point  of  a
parabola.
Week 11…
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Week 1-2: Differentiation, introduction, rules and application.
At the end of the topic, students should be able to:
1. Solve further problems in differentiation using additional rules such at Implicit
function rule, Chain function rules and total differentiation .
2. Apply the various rule of differentiation to solving economic problems
Week 3-4 Integration, introduction, rules and application
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Week 1-2:  Introduction to computer History and generations of computers
 Week  3-5:  the  characteristics  of  a  computer, classes  of  computer,  types  of  computer  and
functions of personal computers
Week 6-8:  Components of a Personal Computer and categories of an operating system
Week  9-10 Principles of Networking:  computer  network, topology, Internet and Benefits  of  the
Internet
Week 11: Program development: algorithms and methods of representing algorithms concept of
algorithms: flowcharts…
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COURSE DETAILS:  
Week  1-2:  Introduction  to  concept  of  programming  logic,  programs,  Levels  of
programming languages
 Week 3-4: Concept of algorithms: flowcharts and pseudocode with emphasis on; Develop
algorithms to solve a wide range of common programming problems
Week  5-6: Introduction  to  the  QBASIC  Programming  Language,  the  syntax  data  types
and concept of variables
Week  7-8:  Design,  implement,  debug  and  test  small  programs  using  at Qbasic
Programming language
Week 9-10: Use common…
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COURSE DETAILS:
Week 1-2: Introduction to concept of Auditing, and International Auditing Standard as it relates to Nigeria \ m
Standard on Auditing
Week 3-4: procedures for appointing an auditor and fixing his remuneration, auditors duties, rights, powers, \
responsibilities ,removal, resignation.
Week 5-6: Understand the fundamental principles of Auditing
Week 7-8: Types of Audit, internal control, internal checks
Week 9-10 Understanding the relative advantages and disadvantages of each;
Week 11: Audit report
Week 12 Revision


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CHM 221: Introductory Analytical Chemistry (2 unit)
Measurements, precision and accuracy. Significant figures. Errors in quantitative measurements; Statistical analysis in analytical chemistry (mean, variance, standard deviation, degree of confidence (t-test and f-test)); Introduction to Titrimetric analysis: Acid-base titration, Redox titration, potentiometric titration, complexometric titration, and precipitation titration; Systematic treatment of equilibria: Acid-base equilibrium.


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COURSE DETAILS:  
Part II ( Week 4-7)
Week 4: Chemistry of hydrocarbons ( alkanes, alkenes and alkynes, alkyl halides and Grignard reagents).  
Week 5: Introduction to petroleum coal tar chemistry: Origin. Importance Fractional distillation of crude oil.
Octane rating, Cracking and reforming.   
Week 6: Alcohols and phenols: (syntheses, application and test).  Ketones and aldehydes.
Week 7: Carboxylic acid and derivatives.Amines.


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Identification and purfication of organic compounds; Electronic theory in Organic Chemistry; Chemistry of hydrocarbons: alkanes, alkenes, alkynes and petroleum chemistry; Chemistry of aromatic compounds, Chemistry of alcohols and phenols, Ketones and aldehydes; Carboxylic acid; Amines, amino acids and proteins; Chemistry of carbohydrates, fats and oils,


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COURSE DETAILS:
Week 1-2: Introduction to International reporting Standards and it road map
Week 3-4 Accounts for not-for- profit making organizations
Week 5-6: Farmer’s accounting
Week 7-8: Bill of change
Week9-10: Stock valuation
Week 11: Final accounts.
Week 12 Revision


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COURSE DETAILS:
Week 1-2:Introduction to entrepreneur and new venture creation
Week 3-4 Entrepreneurship in theory and practice
Week 5-6: The opportunity, Forms of business, Staffing, Marketing and the new venture
Week 7-8: Determining capital requirement, raising capital
Week 9-10 Financial planning and management, starting anew business feasibility studies innovation
Week 11: Legal issues in business, insurance and environmental considerations and possible business opportunities in Nigeria.
Week 12 Revision


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COURSE DETAILS:
Week 1-2: Personnel Management
Week 3-4 :Recruitment and Training
Week 5-6: Business Risk and Insurance
Week 7-8: Production Management
Week 9-10: Accounting and Finance
Week 11: Marketing
Week 12 Revision


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Week 1-2 (Lecture One): NATIONAL INCOME ACCOUNTING (NIA)
LEARNING OUTCOMES: Students should be able to:
1. Explain National Income Accounting(NIA)
2. Explain GDP as a key concept in NIA
3. List and explain three approaches to measuring GDP
4. Identify derivatives of GDP
5. Relate GDP and GNP
Weeks 3-5 (Lecture Two): CIRCULAR FLOW OF INCOME, MACROECONOMIC AGGREGATE MODELS AND OTHER TOOLS OF ANALYSIS
LEARNING OUTCOME: Students should be able to:
1. Explain an economic model
2. Design a circular…
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At the completion of this course, students are expected to:

  • Understand the reason for classification of living organism
  • Understand the evolutionary relationships among groups of plants
  • Be able to practically Classify common plants around

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COURSE DETAILS:
Week 1-2:  Introduction to concept of microbial ecology.
 Week 3-4 Concept of ecological theory: emphasis on microbes.
Week 5: Introduction to the microbial interaction.
Week  6-7:  Compare  and  contrast  the  different  types  of  microbial  interactions,
understanding the advantages and disadvantages of each type.
Week 8-9 Introduction to the concept of adaptation and discussion of the various
forms of adaptation: physiological, biological, morphological and genetic.
Week 10-11: Projects.
Week 12 Revision


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COURSE DETAILS
Week 1-2: Preamble (ACC211 & ACC 221)
Week 3: Partnership accounts including admission, dissolution and liquidation
Week 4-5: Joint Venture
Week 6-7: Contract Account
Week 8-9: Departmental and Branch Accounts
Week10-11: Treatment of equivalent IAS and IFRS of SAS 5, 6, 7
Week 12: Revision


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COURSE DETAILS:  
Week 1-2:  Introduction to concept of microbial cell structure.
Week 3-4 Concept of cell structure: emphasis on prokaryotic and eukaryotic cell
structure.
Week 5: Introduction to the microbial growth.
Week  6-7:  Compare  and  contrast  the  different  phases  of  microbial  growth,
understanding the factors that affect microbial growth.
Week  8-9:  Introduction  to  the  concept  of  microbial  role  in  soil,  food  and
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COURSE DETAILS:
Week 1: Meaning, purpose, principles and Classification of taxation
Week 2: Administration of taxation in Nigeria
Week 3: Personal income tax in Nigeria
Week 4: Taxation of employees
Week 5-6: Taxation of sole a trader
Week 7-8: Partnership Assessment
Week 9-10: Basis period for assessment; principles of commencement rule, cessation
Rule, right of election and change in accounting date
Week 11: Computation of capital allowance
Week 12: Revision


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COURSE DETAILS:  
Week 1-2:  Introduction to the concept of microbiology.
Week 3-4: Concept of historical aspect: emphasis on different group of microbes.
Week 5:   Introduction to the scope of microbiology.
Week  6-7: Introduction  to  the  concept  of  pasteurization  and  fermentation  and  discussion of their application.
Week  8-9  Compare  and  contrast  the  different  key  discoveries  in  the  field  of  microbiology, understanding their limitations.
Week 10-11: Projects.
Week 12 Revision


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COURSE DETAILS:
Week 1-2: pH and pka
Week 3 - 4: Buffers and their biological importance
Week 5-8: Biochemistry of amino acids
Week 9-11: Bichemistry of lipids  
Week 12: Revision


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Weeks 1-2: Introduction and Biochemical aspects of endocrinology, structures and function  
Weeks  3-4: Evolution  of  hormone  action,  classes  of  hormones,  intercellular  mediators  of hormones, hormone receptors, binding activity and response
Weeks  5-6: Molecular  mechanisms  of  actions  of  steroids,  thyroid  and  polypeptide  hormones,  kinetics of binding mode of action of hormones, cAMP as second messenger, role of calcium and  other ions
Weeks  7-8: Amino  acid  derived  hormones,  steroid  hormones  and  polypeptide  hormones. Hormone agonists and…
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COURSE DETAILS:
Week 1: Meaning of ethics and it concepts
Week 2: Meaning of accounting ethics,
Week 3: Moral theories
Week 4: Ethical dilemma in life situation and the application of professional ethics
Week 5: Philosophical principles in ethics
Week 6: Professional ethics and ethical code
Week 7: Broad Classification of Ethical Theories
Week8: The code of ethics for professional accountants issued by IFAC
Week 9: Concept of corruption and fraud, and the Nigeria experience
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Course Details
Week 1: The Meaning, Nature, Scope and Purpose of Statistics
Week 2: Sources of Statistical Data and Problems of data Collection
Week 3: Frequency Distribution Formats
Week 4: Pie Charts, Bar Charts, Quartiles and Percentiles
Week 5: Measure of Central Tendency: Mean of Grouped and ungrouped Data
Week 6: Median of Grouped and ungrouped Data
Week 7: Mode of Grouped and ungrouped Data
Week 8: Measure of Dispersion: Range and Mean Deviation
Week 9: Variance
Week 10: Standard…
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Course Details
Week 1: The Meaning, and Nature of Normal Distribution
Week 2: Determination of Values of random Variable of Normal Distribution
Week 3: Correlation Analysis
Week 4: Simple measure of Association
Week 5: Simple Regression Analysis
Week 6: Scatter Diagrams
Week 7: Simple Test of Hypothesis
Week 8: Type 1 and Type 11 Errors
Week 9: Formal Procedure for Test of Significance and Calculations
Week 10: Time Series Analysis
Week 11: Estimation of Secular Trend
Week 12: Chi-Square Distribution…
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Legislation is a powerful and exigent source of Nigerian law. it is a deliberate exercise of law making powers by a person or persons legally or constitutionally empowered to do so in a political setting. Another name for legislation is statute. It is a utilitarian instrument for the socio-economic and technological development of a country. Through the 19th and 20th century, a huge increase in Nigerian legislation has taken place and it is clear that it has now become by…
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COURSE DETAILS:

Week 6:           History, Location of the cell and the Constituents of a cell

Week 7:           Uses and functionalities of RNA and DNA, types of RNA and the strategic functions of both

Week 8:           The basic structure of DNA and RNA, double helix, similarities and differences between RNA  and DNA

Week 9:           Bioenergetics, definition, types of bioenergeticss, uses and functionalities,

Week 10:         Membrane Biology, definition, constituents and advantages

Week 11:         Test

Week 12:         Revision


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COURSE DETAILS:

Week 1-:          Factors Affecting Aquatic Ecosystems

Week 2 :          soil, edaphic factors, formation of soil, soil erosion

Week 3:           interactions among populations

Week 4:           aquatic ecosystem and factors affecting the ecosystem

Week 5            biomes of the world, examples of habitat in the different biomes

Week 6:           behavioural ecology, why animals behave the way they do.

Week 12          revision


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Course Details:
Week 1-2: Introduction to concept of Business and the various kinds: One man Business,
Partnership and Incorporated Business
Week 3-4 concept of Ethics and Business Characters: Ethical codes, practices, contents of codes
of ethics, tools of ethics, importance of business ethics, determinants of business, ethical approach
in business, factors that determines strong work ethics.
Week 5-6: Introduction to the elements of Accounting, Marketing, Insurance: Their meaning and
functional relationship to business
Week 7-8: Define and apply the effective…
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COURSE DETAILS:
Week 1-2: Introduction to current electricity, DC circuits, measurement of voltage, current, resistance in a circuit and ohms law.
Week 3-4: Basic circuit laws and theorems.
Week 5-6: Analysis of power in AC circuits, resonance in AC circuits and power factor.
Week 7-8: Analysis of semi-conductor materials, diode and its application.
Week 9-10: Transistor characteristics, device and circuits.
Week 11: Electrical power measurements.
Week 12 Revision


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COURSE DETAILS:

Week 1-2:        Introduction to the concept of cell, genetics and cell physiology

 Week 3-4:       History, Location of the cell and the Constituents of a cell


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Customary law in Nigeria, it is defined as rule which in a particular district has a long usage and obtained the force of law. And it is divided into two classes ethnic or non-Muslim customary & Muslim law. Justics Obaseki Jsc has also defined customary law


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The term sources of law among others means or use refers to the fountain of authorities of a rule of law. The sources of Nigerian law are not wholly local by reasoning of our history. The Received English Law is a source of Nigerian Law.


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Health and human needs are inextricably interrelated. Humans need a number of essentials to survive. The assertion that all individuals irrespective or age, sex, race or creed have needs that they strive to satisfy is therefore is no exaggeration. The Cambridge International Dictionary of English defined ‘Needs’ as things one must have or things required to live a satisfactory life i.e. things essential to life and quality living. As a corollary, illness or risk of illness occurs when…
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COURSE DETAILS:
Week Number
Module Description
1 - 2
Statics: Laws of statics, system of forces and their properties, Simple problems, Friction.
3
Particle dynamics: Kinematics of plane motion. Newton's laws- Kinetics of particles, momentum and energy methods.
4 - 5
Kinematics of rigid body- velocity and acceleration diagrams for simple problems.
Kinetics of rigid bodies- Two dimensional motion of rigid bodies, energy and momentum,
6 - 7
Kinetic energy in general plane motion, power in general plane motion, Mass…
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COURSE DETAILS:
Week 1-2: Workshop Safety
Week 3-4: Classification of Machine Shop Marking Out Tools
Week 5-6: Machine Shop Measurement Tools and Types
Week 7-8: Carpentry
Week 9-10: The Use of Fitting Tools
Week 11: Metal Arc and Oxy-Acetylene Welding
Week 12: The Use of Machining Process /Revision


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Medical Laboratory Science is concerned with the analysis of clinical specimen (urine, blood, stool, peritoneal fluid, synovial fluid e.t.c) with the aim of identifying thecause/s of disease conditions.  It is pivotal to the effective management of diseases as reports shows that over 60 percent of decision relating to hospital admissions, prescribed medicals and discharge of patients depends on laboratory data. Medical laboratory science as a discipline is thus a fulcrum for practice of modern day medicine. One trained to perform…
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Week 1: Learning Pseudo-code as a programming design tool with sample problems and solutions
Week 2 Learning flowchart as a programming design tool with sample problems and solutions
Week 3: Introduction to MATLAB environment/Test 1
Week 4: Basic MATLAB commands
Week 5-6 Plotting graphs in MATLAB/Test 2
Week 7-8: Introduction to MATLAB programming language
Week 9: Programming examples/tutorials/Test 3
Week 10: introduction to Simulink.
Week 11: Final Test/Collation Continuous assessment scores
Week 12 Revision


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Anatomical terminologies introduce and make up a large part of medical terminology. The proper use of terms in the correct way is imperative when communicating anatomical information, to ensure understanding by healthcare professionals and scientists worldwide. Health professionals must also know the common and colloquial terms people are likely to use when they describe their complaints. Furthermore, common terms people will understand must be used when explaining their medical problems to them. It is therefore necessary that the…
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In the beginning … A situation gives rise to conflict and parties become desirous of having their rights determined by a court of competent jurisdiction.


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INTRODUCTION TO PLANT FORM AND FUNCTIONS

General morphology of flowering plants.

The root

The stem

The leaf

The flower

The fruit

The seed


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